What began as a themed show planned by local band The So Help Me’s has ballooned into an unofficial Burton fan gathering.
“Kanye West is never boring — that’s the thing,” Allen said. “It’s like a 12-sided die; there’s just always something to look at and you never know what you’re going to get.”
“I came from a generation when we put on shows in basements and didn’t think about paying the bands, but we always did if we had the money,” he said.
Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play, which first debuted in 2012, is one of the most reproduced new plays in the country.
“You kind of relive your first time with them,” he said. “By the time the show is over, they want to come back the next time we do it.”
I think you can kind of tell if a rapper is a jock or if he’s a nerd.
FlashBack RetroPub brings the barcade concept to Oklahoma City’s Film Row.
The immersive blend of video, sound and interactive displays in an Oklahoma Contemporary exhibit draws heavily from TV and pop culture.
When it comes to painting Russell Westbrook or Tupac Shakur, Ray Tennyson doesn’t need a guide. He is the guide. Tennyson began hosting his Paint & Wine Workshop series in March. The three-hour instructional courses are open to participants of all — or no — skill level. For $45, guests can enjoy wine and walk-through…
“We try to keep this as local as we can,” said Sunday.